The successor to Priv and BlackBerry’s subsequent flagship smartphone, up to now referred to as “Argon”, made an look on the firm’s US web site earlier as we speak. Apparently, the smartphone can be marketed as the DTEK60, consistent with the earlier smartphone launch from the Canadian firm, the DTEK50.
The DTEK60 will probably be a full-touch device like the DTEK50, however it's going to embrace gesture based mostly navigation and a comfort key. It's going to feature a 5.5” 1440 x 2560 Quad HD decision display, boasting of a high 534 pixels per inch pixel density. In phrases of processing power, the DTEK60 goes to be an enormous upgrade over its predecessor, because of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 64-bit quad-core SoC underneath its hood. In phrases of memory, the smartphone can be outfitted with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory, which will probably be additional expandable by as much as 2TB by way of a microSD card slot.
At the again, DTEK60 can be outfitted with a 21MP primary snapper with auto-focus and an LED flash. For selfies, there will probably be an 8MP camera fastened-focus camera on the front, which is a reasonably vital upgrade over the Priv’s 2MP fastened-focus selfie camera. Sadly although, it seems the DTEK60 might not impress in phrases of battery life, as the battery capability has lowered to 3000mAh, though it does help Qualcomm’s Fast cost 3.0 quick charging commonplace. And for these of you questioning, no the battery won't be consumer-replaceable. The smartphone will even feature a fingerprint scanner, a feature that was lacking on the Priv.
As revealed in a report launched earlier this yr, the DTEK60 can be an ODM device manufactured by TCL, based mostly on the Alcatel Idol 4 Professional/TCL 950. The identical report additionally revealed that the ‘Argon’ would launch in October this yr, so we expect it's attainable that the DTEK60 shall be formally launched subsequent month.
By way of: CrackBerry